16 Songs, 59 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Hinder's third album gets sonic inspiration from brash Southern rock and grungy nu-metal. The jagged title track takes on redneck blues with a confident cowboy strut, while the nostalgic "Put That Record On" honors a memorable romance with rootsy guitar licks and easygoing hollers from vocalist Austin Winkler. Even the record's power ballads feel Nashville-tinted; the soaring, electrified twang of "What Ya Gonna Do"—a desperate depiction of a man dealing with heartbreak and regret through self-medication—could pass for a 21st-century country single.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Hinder's third album gets sonic inspiration from brash Southern rock and grungy nu-metal. The jagged title track takes on redneck blues with a confident cowboy strut, while the nostalgic "Put That Record On" honors a memorable romance with rootsy guitar licks and easygoing hollers from vocalist Austin Winkler. Even the record's power ballads feel Nashville-tinted; the soaring, electrified twang of "What Ya Gonna Do"—a desperate depiction of a man dealing with heartbreak and regret through self-medication—could pass for a 21st-century country single.

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4:11
3:48
3:29
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3:43
4:14
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4:04

About Hinder

Hinder began crafting cocky, raucous post-grunge in the early 2000s, when Oklahoma City residents Joe Garvey and drummer Cody Hanson found Austin Winkler singing cover songs at a college party. The three formed the nucleus of Hinder, and the group started landing local gigs opening for such bands as Theory of a Deadman. Lineup changes brought guitarist Mark King and bassist Mike Rodden into the fold, and the quintet signed with Universal after issuing a self-released EP. Their 2005 full-length debut, Extreme Behavior, became one of the year's most popular albums, climbing to triple-platinum status and sending "Lips of an Angel" to number three on the singles charts. Hinder returned several years later with a second batch of party anthems entitled Take It to the Limit. All American Nightmare arrived in 2010, followed by Welcome to the Freakshow, the group's fourth studio album, in 2012. Winkler left Hinder in 2013. Jared Weeks filled in for a tour and then the band tested Nolan Neal before settling on Marshal Dutton in 2015. His first album with the band was When the Smoke Clears. Following the 2016 release of an acoustic EP called Stripped, Hinder released their sixth LP, The Reign in the summer of 2017. ~ Johnny Loftus

  • ORIGIN
    Oklahoma City, OK
  • GENRE
    Rock
  • FORMED
    2001

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